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6 Sanger students hurt by spraying antifreeze

Posted: 10/17/2008 - SANGER, Texas (AP) - Six Sanger Middle School football players were injured when antifreeze from a broken water hose sprayed on them after their school bus returned from an out-of-town game.

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Dallas schools layoff more than 300 teachers

Posted: 10/17/2008 - DALLAS (AP) - Dallas school officials today laid off hundreds of teachers in an attempt to deal with a projected $84 million budget deficit.

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Ex-presidents tour Ike damage

Posted: 10/14/2008 - GALVESTON, Texas (AP) - Former presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton are getting a firsthand look at the damage Hurricane Ike left in Galveston.

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Preacher's belongings stolen while he's in pulpit

Posted: 10/14/2008 - FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Authorities are looking for two people who allegedly stole a preacher's wallet and went on a shopping spree while he was giving a sermon about showing mercy to others.

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Texas gasoline prices keep falling

Posted: 10/10/2008 - HOUSTON (AP) - Retail gasoline prices keep plummeting across Texas as crude oil prices fall on world markets.

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150 Dallas school employees lose jobs

Posted: 10/10/2008 - DALLAS (AP) - The planned layoff of nearly 1,100 employees in the Dallas school district has begun with the cutting of 150 non-contract employees and the elimination of 100 vacant positions.

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Education boss warns that pizza parties break law

Posted: 10/10/2008 - AUSTIN (AP) - Pizza parties, field trips and other rewards for students who pass the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills may violate education privacy laws by inadvertently outing students who fail.

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Texas offers $100 million to lure bio lab

Posted: 10/09/2008 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Texas officials are offering $100 million to the federal government in an effort to lure the new national biodefense lab to San Antonio.

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Governors wager on OU-Texas game

Posted: 10/09/2008 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Red River Rivalry is being waged in more places than the Cotton Bowl. Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry and Texas Governor Rick Perry are also getting in on the competition.

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Police arrest man in car salesman's slaying

Posted: 10/08/2008 - DALLAS (AP) - A 42-year-old man who was test driving a pickup truck has been charged with capital murder after the car salesman who was with him was found dead along an interstate.

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ACORN office in Vegas raided in voter-fraud probe

Posted: 10/08/2008 - LAS VEGAS (AP) - Nevada authorities seized records today from a group they accused of submitting fraudulent voter-registration forms - including for the starting lineup of the Dallas Cowboys.

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Former US Supreme Court justice honored

Posted: 10/08/2008 - DENTON, Texas (AP) - Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and four other women were inducted into the Texas Women's Hall of Fame today.

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Murder trial begins; body of victim never found

Posted: 10/07/2008 - FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Prosecutors face a difficult task this week in trying the man accused of murdering a 51-year-old Fort Worth woman. Glenda Gail Furch's body has never been found.

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Woman to return to prison in human smuggling case

Posted: 10/07/2008 - HOUSTON (AP) - A judge ruled today that a woman who spent nearly three years in prison for her role in the nation's deadliest human smuggling attempt will return to prison for up to an additional four years.

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